gianfar: Enable device wakeup when appropriate
The wol_en flag is 0 by default anyway, and we have the
following inconsistency: a MAGIC packet wol capable eth
interface is registered as a wake-up source but unable
to wake-up the system as wol_en is 0 (wake-on flag set to 'd').
Calling set_wakeup_enable() at netdev open is just redundant
because wol_en is 0 by default.
Let only ethtool call set_wakeup_enable() for now.
The bflock is obviously obsoleted, its utility has been corroded
over time. The bitfield flags used today in gianfar are accessed
only on the init/ config path, with no real possibility of
concurrency - nothing that would justify smth. like bflock.
Signed-off-by: Claudiu Manoil <email@example.com>
Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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